The Bollywood Show : The best of Bollywood music and behind the scenes of Indian Cinema
On Thursday's Backchat we're asking whether private sports clubs should have to pay a lot more for their rental agreements with the government and whether they should be required to open their doors wider to the public. The proposals are among those contained in a consultation paper on changes to what's called the private recreational lease policy. There've been complaints for years that many of the territory's leading sports clubs pay little or nothing to have their leases renewed, and operate on below-market rents. The Home Affairs Bureau says the proposed amendments would help meet the aims of supporting sports development and optimising land use. And they could mean private clubs having to pay one third of the full market value land premium to renew their rental deals, amounting to many millions of dollars. What do you think? Leave us a message, or send an email to email@example.com, or call us on 23388266. After 9.20 - driverless cars.
Joining Thursday's Money Talk to look at the latest US Federal Reserve meeting and the other business headlines are Wealth Management Strategist Enzio von Pfeil; William Ma, Chief Investment Officer at Noah Holdings, and RTHK’s International Economics Correspondent Barry Wood, on the line from Washington DC. (8 - 8:30 am, email firstname.lastname@example.org )
This Saturday morning at 8.30, Anna Fenton presents the first in a five-part series, Hooked, which looks at the growing issue of addiction in Hong Kong - from alcohol and illegal drugs to social media, internet pornography, smart phones and tablets (dubbed “process addictions” because like gambling, users get an effect without actually ingesting a chemical). Hear how the internet is providing a fast forward button to addiction, find out what addiction really is, what it’s not, how to tell if you’ve got it, and what to do and where to get help if you’re ... Hooked.
Produced by Phil Whelan.
The Bollywood Show is a South Asian music party on radio - bringing you the best of Bollywood sounds and going behind the scenes of Indian Cinema with RJK (Karishma Sujan) every Saturday night, at 9pm.
Karishma Sujan is a TV and radio presenter, a digital designer and a Bollywood dancer. A real creative force, Karishma is a Philippines-born Indian based in Hong Kong. Be sure to catch The Bollywood Show every Saturday night! (9pm-10pm)
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